On HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin transformed the master bedroom using shabby chic furniture and accessories – including a sea glass vase and distressed candlesticks.
A bright white mantel displays a variety of green accessories, adding color to the space. An interesting ceramic vase houses white flowers while green glass candlesticks hold green taper candles. A vintage fabric screen decorates the adjacent wall.
Inside this library, with has light sage green walls, a large built-in bookcase overflowing with books is positioned next to a white fireplace. Two glass candlesticks and a potted flower sit on the mantel, and above the fireplace hangs a simple floral painting.
A small brown cabinet is used for wine glass storage in this eclectic home. Behind the cabinet, gray patterned wallpaper creates movement, and on top of the cabinet, striped candlesticks and a rhino figurine add trendy decoration.
When choosing your table decor, consider repeating some of the details of the natural surroundings. Here, the design team chose vertical glass candlesticks that reference the site’s towering trees, as well as the wintery gleam of icicles. Evergreen boughs add softness to the tabletop—just as they do to the view from each seat.
This eclectic teal dining room from the HGTV Smart Home 2013 features an artistic vibe, pairing together a formal dining room table, industrial chandelier and wall-to-wall dark brown china closet with glass front cabinets. Bright blue glass candlesticks are used as a centerpiece, while a sheer curtain is used to divide the dining and living spaces.
Travertine-style porcelain tile and clean white surfaces define this spa-like master bathroom. Here, the four-drawer scalloped chest -- a stunning storage unit for undergarments -- is topped with a collection of faux mercury-glass candlesticks. Nearby, a 2-foot-deep soaking tub offers a spa-style bathing experience. A picture window connects the space to the natural wooded outdoors of the property.
A simple glass coffee table serves as a muted backdrop for this living room's bold prints like its black and white striped sofa. Accents like books, freshly cut flowers and candlesticks add to a room's character.
This neutral entry hall is designed to soothe the stress of the day when you walk in the room. A pair of glass pendant lights add symmetry, as do the pair of electric candlesticks on either side of the art on the wall. The transom over the front door allows sunlight to illuminate the hall.
A classic wood desk and ladder-back chair add country charm to this white office space. A hanging straw hat complements the country furniture, while metallic candlesticks with purple candles and sparkling glass drawer knobs bring a touch of bling to the old-fashioned desk.
Even when reusing existing items, such as this cocktail table and antique rug, you can decorate the table in a way that modernizes the look. As this table shows, look for a pair of heavy leaded glass candleholders, which designers Lance Jackson and David Ecton with Parker Kennedy Living say you can find affordably priced at local vintage stores or on websites such as Etsy.com. Then add in a piece of cut glass (this one is high-end turquoise, but you can find others on a lower end) to contrast with the glass candlestick holders. The books were already in their homeowner's collection.
A black modern chandelier, glass table and eclectic collection of artwork create a distinctive look in this sophisticated, gray dining room. Here, the dining table acts as both a place for meals and a place for game nights.
White Cambria island countertop and black wall countertop create a beautiful contrast look to accent the timeless black and white color combination. A built in glass door cabinet allows for decorative dish display illuminated by in-cabinet lighting.
Collected candlesticks and fresh flowers create a pretty display in the vanity area of this custom closet in a London loft. Accessories do double duty as storage, including glass cloches that display rings, necklaces and bracelets.